David O. Selznick (May 10, 1902 – June 22, 1965) was an American film producer, screenwriter ... His business activities included the loan of his contracted artists to other studios, including Alfred Hitchcock, ... which allowed Reed to bring the picture in below budget and on schedule by filming nearly 22 hours at a time.
Selznick established a film production company, ... were distributed by United Artists.
David O. Selznick (1902-1965) was a motion picture producer who began his ... formed his first independent film production company, Selznick International ...
Film Reference · Writers and Production Artists Ro-She; David O. Selznick - ... Selznick's Vision: Gone with the Wind & Hollywood Filmmaking , Austin, 1997.
HOLLYWOOD, June 22--David O. Selznick, one of the leading producers in ... Mr. Selznick, who produced "Gone With the Wind," the movies' biggest ... He developed an interest in filmmaking in his early teens. .... "Very few people have mastered the art of enjoying their wealth," Mr. Selznick remarked several months ago.
David O. Selznick, Producer: Gone with the Wind. David O. Selznick was a son of the silent movie producer Lewis J. Selznick. David studied at Columbia ...
arly examinations of the approaches Hollywood filmmaking corporations adopted ... After all, literature is not adapted and produced by artists or Hollywood ... The production of meaning in film emerges from the complex conditions within ... memo, dictated by David O. Selznick and sent on 12 June 1939 to recent SIP signee.
Once the studio system was established in Hollywood, film production was ... of production were Irving G. Thalberg, David O. Selznick and Darryl F. Zanuck, .... This very opinion is also defended by Art Linson, the producer behind hits like The ...
Jan 10, 2001 ... On December 10, 1938, David O. Selznick burned down Atlanta. ... bringing to America a rotund, quiet director who was the shining star of British cinema. ... His father Lewis J. Selznick was a successful film producer, and David studied the ... not given serious consideration in the artistic decisions of the film.